Oneida County History Center
Make Your Mark in History
The 35th Anniversary Edition of Joe Kelly's Sesquicentennial Scrapbook celebrates Utica's history in a series of fun and entertaining vignettes. Originally written for a weekly column in the Observer-Dispatch to commemorate the city's 150th anniversary.
The Balance of Justice: the Utica Streetcar Murder of 1872, a novel by local author Eileen Sullivan Hopsicker, is based on the fascinating life of one of upstate New York's most remarkable women.
Membership is one of the most rewarding ways to experience Oneida County's past, present, and future.
new to the ochc bookstore!
2017 Living legends & Hall of fame
The Research Library, Exhibits, and Bookstore at 1608 Genesee Street will be closed Saturday, December 23- Monday, December 25. We will re-open & resume normal hours of operation on Tuesday, Decemeber 27. Thank you!
The Oneida County History Center has named Mary Bottini the 2017 Volunteer of the Year! Volunteers, such as Mary, are vital to the daily operation and long-term care of the history center. Mary was voted 2017 Volunteer of the Year by her co-volunteers, history center staff, and the Board of Trustees.
Mary, a volunteer with over 7 years of dedicated service, is responsible for maintaining the history center's map collection and assists with bulk mailings, special events, fundraisers, telethon registration, and works multiple shifts at the OCHC satellite bookstore at Sangertown Square Mall each December.
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OCHC Returns to sangertown December 9th-23rd
Hours of Operation
Exhibits, Bookstore, & Research Library
Tuesday-Friday, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Saturday 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Welcome to the Oneida County History Center, where history is yours to discover, explore, and enjoy!
mary bottini ~ 2017 volunteer of the year